A few weeks back I started a conversation with Tim Stratton of Free Thinking Ministries. We spent one show discussing some of the main points in the Calvinism, Arminianism, and Molinism debate. We simply ran out of time and couldn't finish what... Continue Reading →
This life is short. It doesn't matter. Why should I work hard? How would you respond?
Big news came out a few weeks back about another Christian leader seriously questioning his faith. First, it was Joshua Harris, the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye. Then, it was Marty Sampson, worship leader at Hillsong. What should Christians... Continue Reading →
Part 2 is a look at the examples of transgender people in the Bible that were given in the following article and from discussions online. The article being discussed can be found here.
Christians often like to discuss more debated and controversial issues, and students always want to ask my opinion on the difficult questions. I mean, who wouldn't? It is fun to talk about accepted Christian doctrines, but who doesn't like a... Continue Reading →
Tim Stratton, of Free Thinking Ministries, joined to show to discuss various issues related to apologetics, free will, Calvinism, and Molinism. In this first part, Tim talked about his time working with students in youth ministry and how it changed... Continue Reading →
I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Zac of Adherent Apologetics on YouTube live. We discussed my role as a missionary and my journey into Christian apologetics. Watch the video here and check out the list of questions... Continue Reading →
This is the second week that I was able to join Drew and David on The Tent Making Christianity Podcast. Last week we discussed how Coffeehouse Questions began. This week is focused on the specifics ways that I am teaching and... Continue Reading →
One thing I love doing is encouraging others to get into the game. It is common to have a fear of evangelizing, speaking, blogging, podcasting, or simply sharing our Christian convictions. What most people don't know is that I came... Continue Reading →